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People with hidden disabilities are raising awareness of their conditions on social media.
Readers share their experiences of going through IVF treatment.
They worry there are "significant gaps" in what we know about them and how they are regulated.
The tattoo could be a wearable device measuring electrical activity of the brain, muscles or heart.
Former PFA chairman Clarke Carlisle describes the moment a man found him in Liverpool, as he struggled with his mental health.
Around 22 million people get typhoid fever each year and 220,000 die.
The brain network associated with daydreaming plays key role in allowing us to perform tasks on autopilot, researchers find.
The clinic, based in London, is known to have had high-profile clients, including TV star Katie Price.
A 79-year-old man died shortly after being declared fit for discharge at Prince Philip Hospital.
Spelling and postcode mistakes have triggered thousands of wrongly issued fines, a watchdog says.
The new picture of a mother with her baby was proposed by a nurse at University College London Hospital.
The General Dental Council found more than 20 examples of failings.
The BMA's Dr Mark Porter says between £200m and £500m may be recouped. Is he right?
It is claimed one life a week could be saved in Wales if cheap alcohol sales are banned.
The surgeon is able to communicate with colleagues in the US and India during the operation.
Providers of NHS treatment are now required to charge patients who aren't eligible for free care.
Health officials say many illnesses get better on their own and patients don't need prescriptions.
The BBC's Sophie Sulehria shares her personal experience of struggling to have a baby through IVF.
Campaigners say UK taxpayers "effectively pay twice" for medicines, increasing NHS budget pressures.
Jamie Pye, from Norfolk, says his work with horses helped him deal with the condition.